Hibernian Hall Wedding

Wedding Photos from Jaqueline & Colin’s Big Day at Beautiful Hibernian Hall

Check out this blog post to see Hibernian Hall wedding photos right in the center of downtown Charleston.

Photography by Taylor Jordan photography & Planning by Absolute Wedding Perfection

Hibernian Hall Wedding Photos

Wedding Day Details at Hibernian

About the venue

“Still holding its own as a special event and gala venue, the Irish-inspired structure’s role in this tumultuous period of American history has earned it a place on the National Register of Historic Places, and a top spot on Charleston, South Carolina’s extensively long list of important historical sites.”

“Hibernian Hall was originally built as a meeting place for the Hibernian Society, an Irish benevolent organization founded in 1801 which had a healthy membership in the port town of Charleston in the early to mid-1800s. “

“Honoring the organization’s founders, the building also includes stone from Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway, as well as an Irish harp carved in the panel above the main door, and discreetly placed within the iron gates.”

Hibernian Hall is a historic meeting hall and social venue at 105 Meeting Street in Charleston, South CarolinaUnited States. Built in 1840, it is Charleston’s only architectural work by Thomas Ustick Walter, and a fine example of Greek Revival architecture. “

“It is a two-story brick structure, clad in white-painted stucco, its principal architectural feature a Greek temple front with six Ionic columns, supporting an entablature and pediment.”

Lastly, I would like to give a special thank you to all the fabulous Charleston wedding vendors who helped make this day so grand!

Photography: Taylor Jordan Photography | Reception Venue: Hibernian Hall | Planner : Angie at Absolute Wedding Perfection | Ceremony Venue: Sacred Heart Church | Rentals and Catering: Duvall Events | Transportation : Coastal Limo | Music: Valentino Piran | Band: Company Band | Florist: JW Florals

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